4 Royal Stars ~ 1972-73 NASA Pioneer Twins vs Romulus and Remus


Two different images showing the trajectories of the four probes.

So I read this today (April 10/2013) …

Pioneer 10 and 11 launched in 1972 and 1973.

Today each is several billion miles away, heading in opposite directions out of the solar system.

John Anderson, retired astrophysicist from Caltech JPL has noticed something unusual:

“There is something very strange going on with spacecraft motions. We have no convincing 
explanation for either the Pioneer anomaly or the flyby anomaly.”

The fact this effect seems most evident with flybys most asymmetrical with respect to Earth’s equator “suggests that the anomaly is related to Earth’s rotation,” Anderson said. One possible explanation might be that solar system is accelerating through space.

NASA Baffled by Unexplained Force Acting on Space Probes

Which leaves open staggering possibilities that would force wholesale reprinting of all physics books:

  • Invisible dark matter is tugging at the probes
  • Other dimensions create small forces we don’t understand
  • Gravity works differently than we think**



I saw red … and immediately thought to myself … AHA things have not changed much since the days of when/how/why Rome was founded.

NASA apparently is still employing the ancient craft called augury.

An augur holding a lituus
the curved wand often used as a symbol of augury on Roman coins

The augur was a priest and official in the classical world, especially ancient Rome and Etruria. His main role was to interpret the will of the gods by studying the flight of birds: whether they are flying in groups or alone, what noises they make as they fly, direction of flight and what kind of birds they are. This was known as “taking the auspices.” The ceremony and function of the augur was central to any major undertaking in Roman society—public or private—including matters of war, commerce, and religion.

The Roman historian Livy stresses the importance of the augurs: “Who does not know that this city was founded only after taking the auspices, that everything in war and in peace, at home and abroad, was done only after taking the auspices?”


So what I am clearly implying is that instead of birds used by a Roman augar, NASA used the spacecraft called Pioneer 10 and 11.

Pioneer 10 and 11 launched in 1972 and 1973. Today each is several billion miles away, heading in opposite directions out of the solar system.

Romulus and Remus are the twin brothers and central characters of Rome’s foundation myth.

The very story or legend of the foundation of Rome is based on augury, i.e. the ascertaining of the will of gods through observation of the sky and of birds. Romulus and Remus indeed acted as augurs and Romulus was considered a great augur throughout the course of his life.

Romulus and Remus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The brothers argued over the best site for the new city. Romulus favoured the Palatine Hill; Remus wanted the Aventine Hill. They agreed to select the site by divine augury, took up position on their respective hills and prepared a sacred space; signs were sent to each in the form of vultures, or eagles. Remus saw six; Romulus saw twelve, and claimed superior augury (foresight) as the basis of his right to decide.

Remus made a counterclaim: he saw his six vultures first. Romulus set to work with his supporters, digging a trench (or building a wall, according to Dionysius) around the Palatine to define his city boundary. Remus criticized some parts of the work and obstructed others. At last, Remus leaped across the boundary, as an insult to the city’s defenses and their creator. For this, he was killed. The Roman ab urbe condita begins from the founding of the city, and places that date as 21 April 753 BC.[20]

These ‘numerical’ details I found interesting.

The date of the founding of Rome is in dispute.

>> 21 April 753 BC

>> Rome covers an area of 1,285.3 km²

>>According to legend, the foundation of Rome took place 438 years after the capture of Troy (1182 BC),

>> Plutarch placed it in the 37th year from the foundation of Rome, on the fifth of our month July, then called Quintiles, on “Caprotine Nones”. Livy (I, 21) also states that Romulus ruled for 37 years.

Founding of Rome – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

During the Roman Republic, several dates were given for the founding of the city between 753 BC and 728 BC. Finally, under the Roman Empire, the date suggested by Marcus Terentius Varro, 753 BC, was agreed upon, but in the Fasti Capitolini the year given was 752. Although the proposed years varied, all versions agreed that the city was founded on April 21, the day of the festival sacred to Pales, goddess of shepherds; in her honour, Rome celebrated thePar ilia (or Palilia). (The Roman a.u.c. calendar, however, begins with Varro’s dating of 753 BC.)

Romulus and Remus – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The legend as a whole encapsulates Rome’s ideas of itself, its origins and moral values. For modern scholarship, it remains one of the most complex and problematic of all foundation myths, particularly in the matter and manner of Remus’ death. Ancient historians had no doubt that Romulus gave his name to the city. Most modern historians believe his name a back-formation from the name Rome; the basis for Remus’ name and role remain subjects of ancient and modern speculation. The myth was fully developed into something like an “official”, chronological version in the Late Republican and early Imperial era; Roman historians dated the city’s foundation to between 758 and 728 BC, and Plutarch reckoned the twins’ birth year as c. 27/28 March 771 BC.

758 = 713 (5+8)

I just happened to notice that the twins Romulus and Remus were born on 27/28 March 771 BC
If March is 3, then we have the numbers 27/28 1 3 771

Hindu astrology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Interesting thing about the numbers 27/28 is the fact that those are the number of lunar mansions used in the Orient.
China uses 28 and India uses 27/28.

Nakṣatra or lunar mansion is one of the 27 divisions of the sky, identified by the prominent star(s) in them, used in Hindu astrology.[11]:168

Historical (medieval) Hindu astrology enumerated either 27 or 28 nakṣatras.

Today, popular usage favours a rigid system of 27 nakṣatras covering 13°20’ of the ecliptic each. The missing 28th nakshatra is Abhijeeta. Each nakṣatra is divided into quarters or padas of 3°20’:

Chinese constellations – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

These lunar mansions are very similar (although not identical) to the IndianNakshatra and debate continues over which system developed first or whether they developed similarly in isolation.[1]

The three main systems, namely the Arabic manzils, the Hindu nakshatras, and the Chinese sieu (Houses)


So, too, it was the leader of the Four Royal Stars of the ancient Persian monarchy, the Four Guardians of Heaven. Dupuis, referring to this Persian character, said that the four stars marked the cardinal points, assigning Hastorang, as he termed it, to the North; Venant to the South; Tascheter to the East; and Satevis to the West: but did not identify these titles with the individual stars. Flammarion does so, however, with FomalhautRegulus, and Aldebaran for the first three respectively, so that we may consider Satevis as Antares. This same scheme appeared in India, although the authorities are not agreed as to these assignments and identifications; but, as the right ascensions are about six hours apart, they everywhere probably were used to mark the early equinoctial and solstitial colures, four great circles in the sky, or generally the four quarters of the heavens. At the time that these probably were first thought of, Regulus lay very near to the summer solstice, and so indicated the solstitial colure.

4 Royal Stars 

KEY 528 – Man – Eagle – Lion – Ox

other sources for the 4 Royal Stars

>> https://at37.wordpress.com/?s=four+royal+stars

>> http://kachina2012.wordpress.com/?s=four+royal+stars

These were also called archangel stars;  this star Aldebaran was Michael  – Military Commander of the Heavenly Host. The others were; Gabriel (Fomalhaut) Watcher of the South; Raphael (Regulus) Watcher of the North; Uriel (Antares) Watcher of the West. At one time they marked the two Equinoxes and two Solstices. Aldebaran marked the zero Aries point in 3044 BC, Antaresmarked zero Libra 3052 BC, Fomalhaut marked zero Capricornus, 2582 BC, Regulus marked zero Cancer 2345 BC. [The angel associations come from Eric Morse, The Living Stars, p.35. Allen’s explanation of these four stars on p.256 of Star Names]

These four stars have been characterized as Horses, reflected both in the famed Four Horsemen of Apocalypse (Revelations 6) and Chariot Horses in the Book of Zechariah – [Dr Eric Morse,The Living Stars, p.56.]

1  Fomalhaut  Aquarius 11

Flammarion says that it was Hastorang in Persia 3000 B.C., when near the winter solstice, and a Royal Star, one of the four Guardians of Heaven, sentinels watching over other stars; while about 500 B.C. it was the object of sunrise worship in the temple of Demeter at Eleusis; and still later on, with astrologers, portended eminence, fortune, and power. The Chinese knew it as Pi Lo Sze Mun.

3  Antares  Scorpio 8

It was one of the four Royal Stars of Persia, 3000 B.C., and probably the Guardian of the Heavens that Dupuis mentioned as Satevis; but, as their lunar asterism, it was Gel, the Red; the Sogdians (an Iranian people) changing this to Maghan sadwis, the Great One saffron-colored. The Khorasmians (east of Persia) called it Dharind, the Seizer; and the Copts (who are now the Christians in Egypt), Kharthian, the Heart.

7  Regulus  Leo 5

Was the leader of the Four Royal Stars of the ancient Persian monarchy, the Four Guardians of Heaven.

“If the star of the great lion is gloomy the heart of the people will not rejoice.”

“The Lyon’s herte is called of some men, the Royall Starre, for they that are borne under it, are thought to have a royall nativitie.”

“The cleare and bright star, called the Star Royal, appearing in the breast of the signe Leo, Tubero mine author saith.”

The Persian astronomer Al Biruni (9731048 A.D.) called it the Heart of the Royal Lion, which “rises when Suhail rises in Al Hijaz (in Saudi Arabia).

6  Aldebaran  Taurus 2

In all astrology it has been thought eminently fortunate, portending riches and honor; and was one of the four Royal Stars, or Guardians of the Sky, of Persia, 5000 years ago, when it marked the vernal equinox. As such Flammarion quoted its title Taschter, which Lenormant said signified the Creator Spirit that caused rain and deluge; but a different conception of these Guardian Stars among the Hindus is noted under Argo, and still another is given by Edkins, who makes Aldebaran Sataves, the leader of the western stars.

Flammarion has assigned to it the Hebrew Aleph that we have seen for Taurus, rendering it God’s Eye; and Aben Ezra identified it with the biblical Kimah, probably in connection with all the Hyades and as being directly opposed on the sphere to Kesil which he claimed for Antares (this star Aldebaran lies directly across the zodiac from Antares, but Kesil is believed to be Orion).

**Gravity works differently than we think?



to be continued…

selah V

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